Honor 30 Pro Plus Reviewed by DXOMARK, Ranks Second Best with a Score of 125

Faisal Rasool

DXOMARK recently reviewed Huawei P40 Pro's camera, which ranked on the top of the publication's scores, with 128 points. Honor borrowed this camera setup for its Honor 30 Pro+. It was introduced earlier today, and apparently DXOMARK had already tested the phone and awarded it a score of 128 points and the second spot on their rankings.

It's no surprise to see another Huawei device make it to the top of DXOMARK's list – as five Honor and Huawei phones already populate their top 10 list. As for the Honor 30 Pro+; it managed 136 points in still-photography tests and 104 for videography, bringing the average to 125 – that's only 3 points lower than that of P40 Pro.

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The Honor 30 Pro Plus has a quad-camera that features a 50MP primary sensor, but unlike the P40 Pro, it doesn't offer support for OIS but will bear a lesser Huawei Price tag. It’s combined with an 8MP periscope module and a 16MP ultra-wide lens. It doesn't debut with a ToF sensor or a dedicated color sensor. Instead, the Honor 30 Pro+ relies on AI algorithms to produce detailed shots with lesser noise.

Combined with the primary shooter, the tele-camera can deliver up to 5x zoom. But DXOMARK informs that you can spot intrusive artifacts at mid-range or higher zoom settings.

The camera shows excellent exposure and dynamic range, but it's not as good as that of P40 Pro since a few indoor shots were underexposed. The color rendering can't capture the yellow tones accurately, especially in low-light. There's also a pinkish tint in the white balance in both outdoor and indoor conditions. With portrait shots, however, the skin tones are captured with near-perfect saturation.

The phone also delivers impeccable performance across the board in most video test sub-categories. The ensemble can shoot 4K at 30fps with reasonable noise control, especially in well-lit scenes.

At any rate, the Honor 30 Pro+ and P40 Pro camera differences are mostly negligible, which isn't unexpected since the phones share most of their camera attributes.


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